People whisperer to address Women in Print
Author and speaker Anneli Blundell will be the star guest at the Women in Print Breakfast Series, which kicks off tomorrow in Adelaide.
Dubbed the people whisperer, Blundell focuses on helping leaders understand why people do what they do. Women in the print industry are invited to come and see her speak about how they can benefit from understanding interpersonal intelligence in her presentation on credible communication.
“Being a powerhouse of knowledge and experience is not enough if your language patterns and non-verbal cues do not support this truth. Professional credibility and value is all too easily lost in translation.
“Too often we unconsciously sabotage our success by using language
and behaviour that belies our true talents and abilities. But there
is hope to be found within a simple, yet powerful formula for
credible communications in the workplace,” she said.
Blundell was recently named a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), one of only 150 in Australia, of which a third are women.
“A CSP designation is awarded by both Australia’s National and Global Professional Speaking bodies. It is an internationally recognised achievement, awarded to professional speakers after a rigorous and thorough application process, who are providing high value speaking services that are in constant demand by the market,” she said.
The first breakfast forum in the series will be held in Adelaide tomorrow, followed by Perth on Friday; Melbourne on Tuesday; Sydney on Wednesday; and Brisbane on Thursday.
Bookings are open now at the Women in Print website, and all tickets are $75.